Have you used an Android file manager?
There are so many to choose from. So many features that are totally useless. What if you had one that was easy to use, had the features you need and did more for a small fee. Keep reading to find one of the best fie managers ever made, even the free version.
We even use it on our PC’s and Mac’s
Where are the pro’s? I have tried hundreds of file explores over the years. Almost all of them did not give the flexibility I was looking for. The only saving grace they have had on desktop and laptop has been the appearance of tabs. Unfortunately the same thing has been tried on smartphones and, in my opinion, hopelessly failed.
Where most file explorer for smartphone have failed, another has succeeded. X-plore is a file explorer that uses a very unique view so that file management is fast and easy. The UI is customizable in many was as well as a file sharing ability and access to ftp sites.
Easy, smooth and free!
What makes X-plore android file manager unique is the way that you view your files. It has a two panel of viewing area that is accessible with a swipe
or a button that is on the screen. In the top right corner, or left (depending which tab you are on), you will notice a blue arrow. This is where you can switch between the different windows. The two panels are identical so in essence you always have two tabs open.
Under the panel switch button (under the 3 dot menu on left panel and under the arrow on right panel) you will see many icons. Icons like new folder, delete, copy and many more. You can turn many choices on or off as well as move then up or down in the list. This can be seen in the videos on this page. With features like Wi-Fi file sharing, full customization, and rock bottom price how could you possibly not give this a try. All that and just how and where you want it. Its free and has everything you need. Paid version has a few key features that make it a security app for us as well.
Simple to use
Android File management is where this two panel view comes in handy. Source file on one panel and destination source on the second panel. The UI uses a check box style to preform functions from one panel to the other. So you can check as many files that need to move. Make sure the second panel is on the destination. On the source panel click copy (or desired function) and a dialog box will display, when choosing copy. It will verify the destination source and give you the option to check a move box. Click ok and the files are in process. Simple, clean and straight forward.
You must come try this app.